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How to edit images
We’ve designed Riddle’s quiz maker with built-in image editing – sort of a PhotoShop-lite. The idea? Let you quickly choose images then crop or add text, filters, and other effects – all within Riddle. Fast image editing means faster quiz creation – plus no need to ask for your team’s designer for help!
Right, here’s how to edit images:
In our media selector, add images from Google, Pexels, Facebook, Twitter, our stock photography, or upload your own.
Note: you can only edit images – not animated GIFs or videos.
Next – click on ‘edit’.
Once in our image editor, you can choose from:
- Crop – Improve your image’s impact by removing any unnecessary parts. And don’t worry – our crop tool is locked to your quiz’s layout (wide, tall, square) so your image will automatically fit your quiz.
- Transform – Rotate or flip your images.
- Draw – Use the brush/pen tool to draw directly on your images.
- Text – Make images even more engaging by adding text (ex. add ‘Great job!’ to the image you display to top scorers on your quiz).
- Shapes – Get creative and add arrows, circles, squares and other shapes.
- Filter – Easily make your images visually ‘pop’ with black/white, Polaroid, vintage and other Instagram-like filters.
- Stickers – Add emojis or other icons to your images.
Whew – that’s one heck of a lot of creative options at your fingertips!
All finished? Click ‘Save’ to place the edited image in your quiz.
And voila, that’s all there is to it – unleash your inner quiz artist!